Found in 83 Collections and/or Records:
192 x 241 mm. A view showing a young warrior posing for the camera and holding a long sword.
Approximately 220 x 160 mm. Photographer unknown.
79 x 79 mm. A view showing the colossal statues of Rameses at Abu Simbel, with the Nile in the foreground.
228 x 157 mm. A fine landscape taken from the top of a hill opposite the Isle of Elephantine and looking north along the Nile. Two Europeans stand in the foreground watching the scene below where dhows are moored along the riverbank unloading produce. The town itself is visible on the skyline in the distance.
289 x 228 mm. A view looking across the Nile at the first Cataract with rough granite outcrops projecting from the streambed. Four small Arab children stand in the foreground.
65 x 45 mm.
110 x 65 mm.
138 x 52 mm.
81 x 56 mm.
140 x 70 mm.
208 x 229 mm. A view looking down from the dam onto work in progress in a section of the reservoir. In the crowded scene labourers are at work quarrying granite either for the strengthening operation on the northern bed of the dam or in connection with the heightening of the dam which took place between 1907 and 1912.
826 x 222 mm (panoramic view composed of three joined prints). A view from above the Navigation Canal looking along the north face of the dam.
44 x 70 mm. Major Brackley on a donkey.
284 x 229 mm. A view showing an army of Egyptian labourers quarrying granite for the dam. The work is entirely manual; the rock, broken with picks, is being carried up wooden walkways to the top of the quarry where it is loaded into railway trolleys.
289 x 226 mm. A view looking along the north face of the Assiut Barrage, situated about half way between Aswan and Cairo, and built in order to divert water released from the Aswan reservoir into the Ibrahimian Canal.
283 x 227 mm. A view looking along the northern face of the Assiut Barrage (see Y3041B/25).
288 x 226 mm. A view showing a section of the Nile Barrage, with sluice gates controlling the level of the river north of the dam.
294 x 226 mm. A view looking along the Eastern or Damietta Barrage, a similar construction to the Rosetta Barrage (see Y3041/29).
285 x 227 mm. A view looking along the western or Rosetta Barrage, a brick and stone construction surmounted by turreted towers on the roadway across. The construction, situated at the divide of the Nile north of Cairo, was designed to keep the water of the Nile level at all seasons and do away with the old irrigation machinery (Y3041B/30 and 31). Photograph by G. Kelegian.
70 x 44 mm.
70 x 45 mm.
78 x 78 mm. A view showing three Arabs standing against a rocky background (at Aswan ?). The Bisharin are part of the mountain people known collectively as Beja, a group which also includes the Hadendowa.
80 x 100 mm. Showing Major H. G. Brackley (Pilot) on a mule/donkey arriving at the aerodrome at Assouan on the morning of the aeroplane crash.
45 x 70 mm. Showing Brackley riding on a donkey or mule.
90 x 125 mm. Showing Brackley sat on a donkey/mule. The caption continues: 'Handley page entry. Pilot (Major H.G. Brackley) arriving at the aerodrome at Assouan on the morning of the crash.'